Is it better to keep edibles in the fridge?

Store groceries such as chocolate, gummies, and hard candy in colder temperatures. The cannabis gummies will last several days in the pantry, a few weeks in the refrigerator and several months in the freezer. Baked groceries can stay in the pantry for a few days. But if you intend to keep them longer, opt for the freezer or refrigerator.

In general, it's best to keep edibles (and cannabis-infused cooking oils) fresh in the fridge. This is especially true for those containing sugar, oil or flour. If you have purchased an edible cannabis product, you can check the expiration date on the package label to see how long it will stay fresh. Cannabis butter can be stored in the freezer or in the fridge in a glass container.

It's helpful to buy groceries made by professionals and marked with a clear expiration date or “best before date” on the packaging. So let's get right to the point and answer the question posed to us: “How do you store edible gummies?” While you can buy groceries online or at stores in your neighborhood, there's nothing like homemade marijuana-based groceries. In other words, a dark environment with controlled temperature in airtight mylar edible bags or glass jars for cannabis under the same conditions is perfect for maintaining potency, keeping gummies free from contamination and ensuring their general integrity for continuous use. On the contrary, it's critical to consider how long groceries are expected to last, and then use or discard them before they go bad.

Cannabis edibles, such as gummies and lollipops, will last longer, as they mostly contain sugar, but they will still taste less delicious after a while. In addition, when you take the groceries or concentrates out of the freezer, give them enough time for them to defrost, so that the change in temperature does not alter the taste or quality of the product. Whether you're taking them for long-lasting effects, to avoid smoking, or just for fun, cannabis edibles are a great way to consume everyone's favorite herb. With that in mind, treat groceries as you would any other type of food when determining if they're good to eat or not.

While some claim that THC in edibles begins to degrade after about 3 to 6 months, others claim that even after a year or more of adequate storage, edibles retain their original potency.